PHARMACY

PHARMACY DEPARTMENT HEAD
Doctor Brigitte Bonan

THE 5 DOMAINS OF THE PHARMACY DEPARTMENT

 

 

  • Medication;
  • Cytotoxic Preparation Unit (CPU);
  • Sterile Medical Instruments;
  • Sterilisation;
  • Sale of prescription medication;
  • Radiopharmacy.

THE MAIN MISSIONS OF THE INTERNAL USAGE PHARMACY

 

 

  • Supply all of the treatment departments with medication and sterile medical instruments on a 24/7 basis with the implementation of total traceability, reliability and safety for all orders, from the supplier to patient;
  • Contribute to the correct use of medication and sterile medical instruments;
  • Contribute to teaching and research missions.

THE MAIN MISSIONS OF THE EXTERNAL USAGE PHARMACY

 

 

  • Sterilisation: to ensure optimal safety in terms of infection risk management during surgical interventions and technical medical procedures. The hospital has a modern, fully computerised sterilisation platform which complies with industry standards and also offers its services to other local establishments;
  • Ensure the means to produce and prepare sterile medication (cytotoxic, antivirals, etc.) and non-sterile medication when they are not readily available on the market whilst always guaranteeing their quality and safety in compliance with Good Preparation Practice and sub-contracting to other establishments;
  • Preparation of substances required for biomedical research;
  • Preparation of radiopharmaceutical medication for the Nuclear Medicine department;
  • "Retail of medication" (prescription drugs) unavailable from local pharmacies whilst ensuring the privacy of each patient.

MAIN DEPARTMENT MISSIONS

 

 

  • Ensure the correct use of medication and sterile medical instruments:
    a medication and sterile medical instruments policy has been established by the Medication and Medical Instruments Committee;
  • Participation in vigilance programs (pharmacovigilance, materiovigilance) and all other initiatives that secure the medication and sterile medical instruments supply line;
  • Involvement in clinical research with the dispensation of medication and sterile medical instruments for clinical trials;
  • Educational activity:

 

 

At the Hôpital Foch:

 

  • pharmacy interns and externs;
  • pharmacists;
  • student nurses (Suresnes IFSI) and student mid-wives.

 

 

At the Paris V Pharmacy Faculty:

 

  • University Diploma in "Health Risk Management and Analysis".
  • Dispensing of prescription medication to outpatients, in a dedicated space which respects their privacy.

USEFUL INFORMATION

 

 

Tel: 01.46.25.28.92

Fax: 01.46.25.23.63